For the 27-year-old internet celebrity behind the 2010 viral auto-tune hit “Bed Intruder Song,” starting his own reality TV show has proven to be a far more challenging task than becoming an overnight YouTube sensation. After years of unsuccessful attempts at selling this idea to TV networks, Antoine Dodson is now asking Kickstarter to help raise $38,000 and fulfill his dream of being a reality TV star.
In what would be the latest false flag attempt at derailing the Fourth Wave of feminism, a Bodybuilding Forums member has outed himself as the author behind the mock feminist essay “5 Things Women Need to Do in Their 20′s (Or Else the Suffragists Died For Nothing)” that ran on Thought Catalog earlier this week.
In just over three months, this meme-based cryptocurrency has grown into one of the most widely traded Bitcoin alternatives and a regular newsmaker in the blogosphere, but above all, Dogecoin has given birth to an online samaritan community that is writing a new chapter in gift economics.
Newsweek’s latest cover story claims that the shadowy founder of Bitcoin has been found, a 67-year-old Japanese American physicist named Satoshi Nakamoto who spends his time working on model trains in Temple City, California.
Update: The original headline, The Father of Bitcoin Has Been Found, has been changed to reflect the AP report that Nakamoto denies any involvement with the cryptocurrency.